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[movies]"Smoking"
Film produced by Dan Sall about smoking related diseases, in particular cancer, tobacco industry advertising and marketing strategy.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; tobacco related health concerns; respiratory disease; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; advertising; marketing; international trade
Downloads: 358
[movies]Indoor Air Quality: An Issue for Management
Gray Robertson, an indoor air quality consultant, explains that air problems are mainly due to poorly designed or maintained HVAC systems rather than from cigarette smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; indoor air quality; secondhand smoke; industry strategy; respiratory disease
Downloads: 274
[movies]"Can You Avoid Cancer? A Guide To Reducing Your risks." Part 1.
Program investigates what causes cancer and how to cut the risk of getting it. Part 1 of the series, part 2 on Bates AQ7217. Unrelated program at the beginning of the tape.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoking cessation; smoker; tobacco related health concerns; cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease; television; anti-smoking advocacy
Downloads: 27
[movies]"So You Want To Stop Smoking," Part 1.
Series produced by the Health Education Council in United Kingdom to help smokers quit their habit.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoking cessation; smoking cessation method; smoker; non-smoker; tobacco related health concerns; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease
Downloads: 54
[movies]"So You Want To Stop Smoking" Parts 2-3
Series produced by the Health Education Council in United Kingdom to help smokers quit their habit. Two 10-Minute Programs.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoking cessation; smoking cessation method; smoker; non-smoker; tobacco related health concerns; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease
Downloads: 38
[movies]"So You Want To Stop Smoking," Parts 4-6.
Series produced by the Health Education Council in United Kingdom to help smokers quit their habit. Three 10-Minute Programs.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoking cessation; smoking cessation method; smoker; non-smoker; tobacco related health concerns; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease
Downloads: 37
[movies]STEVEN PARRISH ABC NIGHTLINE WTVI CHARLOTTE WRLH RICHMOND B-M PRODUCTION
Compilation of interviews with Steven Parrish questioning the science behind the EPAs draft report on Environmental Tobacco Smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; children; smoker; workplace; smoke free policy; public place; smoking section; cancer; respiratory disease; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 23
[movies]HEALTH CANADA ETS ADS.
Canadian PSAs in English and French on the dangers of secondhand smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; tobacco related health concerns; secondhand smoke; lung cancer; advertising; anti-smoking advocacy; children; respiratory disease; cardiovascular disease; government; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 35
[movies]Rose Hearings, Washington, DC Burn-In, Tape 5, EPA Report on Passive Smoking [Parts 1-2]
Hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency's report on secondhand tobacco smoke in front of the House Subcommittee on Tobacco and Peanuts. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; Congress; hearing; epidemiology; public health research; secondhand smoke; carcinogen; Surgeon General; respiratory disease; lung cancer; mainstream smoke; familial relation
Downloads: 86
[movies]"Stop smoking special"
Follow-up program (for the series "So You Want To Stop Smoking") aimed at helping quitters stay smoke free. Unrelated footage at the beginning and end of the program.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoking cessation; smoker; tobacco related health concerns; cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease; television; anti-smoking advocacy; television; non-smoker; addiction
Downloads: 113
[movies]Smoke Dosage Apparatus
Film made in Sweden about scientific research on the effects of smoke inhalation on rabbits' lungs, focusing on the apparatus used to dose the rabbits with smoke. Credits at the end of the film state that the scientific study and the film were "undertaken at the request and the cost of the Research Division of the P. Lorillard Co."
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; respiratory disease; tobacco smoke; public health research; laboratory research; animal subject; tobacco industry scientist; respiratory system; lungs; industry sponsored research
Downloads: 445
[movies]EPA Risk Assessment Study
Compilation of TV News reports and interviews about the upcoming EPA's risk assessment study that may classify the secondhand smoke as a known carcinogen and how it may affect tobacco farmers.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; television; respiratory disease; tobacco related health concerns; government agency; smoker; tobacco farmer; tobacco farming; tobacco industry; carcinogen; workplace
Downloads: 39
[movies]EPA RISK ASSESSMENT STUDY - ETS
Compilation of TV News reports about the upcoming EPA report classifying the secondhand smoke as a known cancer causing indoor pollutant and linking it to higher rates of respiratory disease in children.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; television; children; respiratory disease; tobacco related health concerns; government agency; smoker; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 49
[movies]Deposition of Joseph E. Bumgarner in The State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Company, Et Al. 1 of 4 [Parts 1-4]
Deposition of Joseph E. Bumgarner in The State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Company. Bumgarner was a research chemist at the R.J.. Reynolds Company (1967-1970) doing research on rabbits and other animals to determine the effect of cigarette smoke on the body's metabolism and respiratory system. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Click Here to View Part 3 Click Here to View Part 4
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; lung cancer; metabolism; animal subject; laboratory research; cigarette smoke; emphysema; respiratory disease; tobacco industry scientist; tobacco industry lawyer; legal activity
Downloads: 75
[movies]ASH Australia Press Conference
Press conference organized by ASH Australia after the Federal Court ruling banning the Tobacco Institute of Australia from speaking publicly on environmental tobacco smoke and recognizing that the advertisement published by the Institute was misleading. Justice Trevor Morling also concluded that the secondhand smoke is harmful to health and is the cause of lung cancer and asthma attacks in non-smokers...
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; lung cancer; passive smoking lawsuit; advertising; legal activity; smoking restriction; regulation; government; television; anti-smoking advocacy; respiratory disease; cardiovascular disease; children; public awareness; lawyer
Downloads: 33
[movies]Deposition of Joseph E. Bumgarner in The State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Company, Et Al. 2 of 4 [Parts 1-5]
Deposition of Joseph E. Bumgarner in The State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Company. Bumgarner was a research chemist at the R.J.. Reynolds Company (1967-1970) doing research on rabbits and other animals to determine the effect of cigarette smoke on the body's metabolism and respiratory system. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Click Here to View Part 3 Click Here to View Part 4 Click Here to View Part 5
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; lung cancer; metabolism; animal subject; laboratory research; cigarette smoke; emphysema; respiratory disease; tobacco industry scientist; tobacco industry lawyer; legal activity; nicotine; industry sponsored research
Downloads: 100
[movies]Rose Hearings, Washington, DC Burn-In, Tape 4, EPA Report on Passive Smoking [Parts 1-3]
Hearing on the Environmental Protection Agency's report on secondhand tobacco smoke in front of the House Subcommittee on Tobacco and Peanuts. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Click Here to View Part 3
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; Congress; hearing; epidemiology; public health research; secondhand smoke; carcinogen; Surgeon General; nicotine; youth; respiratory disease; tobacco farmer; lung cancer
Downloads: 58
[movies]1) WTEN-TV/Albany. WTEN-TV Albany NY, 2) AM Buffalo, WKBW-TV/Buffalo. WKBW-TV Buffalo NY
News reports about the indoor air quality and debates between Dr. Michael Cummings from Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Dr. David Weeks representing Tobacco Institute about the dangers of the secondhand smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; tobacco industry; tobacco industry scientist; television; workplace; children; respiratory disease; public health policy; indoor air quality; carcinogen; cancer; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 29
[movies]["The Secret of the Safer Cigarette"] WORLD IN ACTION GRENADA 88 'SAFER' CIGARETTE; VIDEO PLANNING WORLD IN ACTION GRENADA 88 'SAFER' CIGARETTE
An investigative report about the efforts of the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company research department to reduce carcinogens in smoke and create a safer cigarette. Liggett & Myers decided not to market the cigarette out of fear that such product will imply that traditional cigarettes were "unsafe.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; respiratory disease; tobacco smoke; public health research; laboratory research; animal subject; tobacco industry scientist; respiratory system; lungs; industry sponsored research; carcinogen; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 21
[movies]Surgeon General Report on Passive Smoking: 1) MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour WETA-TV Washington DC, 2) Good Morning America WJLA-TV Washington DC
Scott Stapf (Tobacco Institutue), John Banzhaf (ASH), and C. Everette Koop (Surgeon General) discuss the 1986 Surgeon Generals Report on The Health Consequences of Involuntary Smoking that concluded that secondhand smoke can cause cancer among non-smokers and respiratory problems among children.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; indoor air quality; public place; Surgeon general; tobacco industry; anti-smoking advocacy; cancer; respiratory disease; asthma; industry response; government; tobacco related health concerns; children; smoker; non-smoker; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 30
[movies]Waxman/Kessler Hearing Tape # 8
Hearing conducted by the House Committee on Health and the Environment on the Food and Drug Administration's proposal to classify nicotine as a drug and regulate its use in cigarettes.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; Congress; hearing; epidemiology; public health research; secondhand smoke; carcinogen; Surgeon General; nicotine; youth; respiratory disease; tobacco farmer; lung cancer; addiction; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 17
[movies]The Tobacco Institute, LiveLine, WPLG-TV 10, Miami, Florida
Tom Howard (Tobacco Institute) and Dr. Charles Tate discuss smoking restrictions in public places, hazards of cigarette smoking, and newly proposed warning labels.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; public place; workplace; secondhand smoke; adverse effects; cancer; respiratory disease; warning label; excise tax; laryngeal cancer; industry response; addiction; restriction; indoor air quality; regulation; government; allergy; anti-smoking advocacy; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 18
[movies]TECHNO-POLITICS: 'THE EPA AND ETS'
TV program questions the accuracy of the EPA draft report linking the secondhand smoke exposure with higher rates of heart disease and lung cancer deaths. Includes interviews with Stan Glantz, Maurice LeVois and debates between John Banzhaf (ASH) and Brennan Dawson (Tobacco Institute).
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; television; lung cancer; respiratory disease; tobacco related health concerns; government agency; smoker; non-smoker; tobacco industry employee; research activity; public health research; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 88
[movies]Deposition of Joseph E. Bumgarner in The State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Company, Et Al. Tape 3 of 4 [Parts 1-4]
Deposition of Joseph E. Bumgarner in The State of Texas v. The American Tobacco Company. Bumgarner was a research chemist at the R.J.. Reynolds Company (1967-1970) doing research on rabbits and other animals to determine the effect of cigarette smoke on the body's metabolism and respiratory system. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Click Here to View Part 3 Click Here to View Part 4
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; lung cancer; metabolism; animal subject; laboratory research; cigarette smoke; emphysema; respiratory disease; tobacco industry scientist; tobacco industry lawyer; legal activity; nicotine; industry sponsored research; addiction; cardiovascular disease; smoking cessation; Surgeon General
Downloads: 71
[movies]"Can You Avoid Cancer? A Guide To Reducing Your Risks." Part 2.
Program investigates the connection between smoking and the lung cancer, also profiles campaign to make Glasgow a smoke free city. Part 2 of the series, part 1 on Bates AQ7219. Poor video.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoking cessation; smoker; non-smoker; tobacco related health concerns; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease; local government agency; smoking restriction; smoking section; public place; children; anti-smoking advocacy; advertising; marketing
Downloads: 42
[movies]ASH presents: "Goodbye to all that."
TV program produced by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) UK investigates health risks of the secondhand smoke and analyzes the results of the opinion poll about smoking in public places. Some parts have no or very poor video.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; smoker; non-smoker; tobacco related health concerns; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; respiratory disease; local government agency; smoking restriction; smoking section; public place; anti-smoking advocacy; restaurant; opinion poll; public transportation; television
Downloads: 30
[movies]EPA Hearings/Secondhand Smoke: 1) CBS Evening News 7 pm WUSA-TV Washington DC, 2) NBC Nightly News 7 pm WRC-TV Washington DC, 3) Money Wheel 3 pm CNBC-TV Washington DC, 4) Prime News 8 pm, 5) Ten O'Clock News 10 pm WTTG-TV Washington DC, 6) Good Morning America 7 am WJLA-TV Washington DC
Compilation of TV news reports about the congressional hearings on a law proposed by Rep. Henry Waxman restricting smoking in public places, also includes discussion about EPA report on environmental tobacco smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; government; regulation; restriction; hearing; Congress; government organization; public health; public health policy; public smoking law; children; youth; public place; workplace; restaurant; elementary school; tobacco industry; industry response; tobacco farming; tobacco farmer; excise tax; business activity; secondhand smoke; tobacco related health concerns; respiratory disease; indoor air quality; anti-smoking advocacy; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 43
[movies]1) News 7: Drugs: Beyond the Scare WJLA-TV Washington DC, 2) Chan. 4 News: Your Health WRC-TV Washington DC, 3) Chan. 4 News: Your Health WRC-TV4 Washington DC, 4) News 7: Target 7: Passive Smoking WJLA-TV Washington DC, 5) Eyewitness News: Health: Passive Smoke WUSA-TV Washington DC, 6) NBC Nightly News: Passive Smoking , 7) Passive Smoking
Compilation of reports about the National Research Council expert panel study that concluded that children of parents who smoke have increased frequency of respiratory symptoms and lower respiratory tract infections. Also includes a report about effectiveness of school-based drug prevention programs.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; children; youth; youth access; drug; drug addiction; addiction; secondhand smoke; respiratory disease; school based program; science and health; government; workplace; public place; tobacco related health concerns; adverse effects; social influence; smoker; cancer; industry response; indoor air quality; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
Downloads: 27
[movies]Segment 1: Debate on AMA Proposal to ban all tobacco advertising ; Segment 2: Face the Nation, WDVM-TV, CBS, Washington, DC; Segment 3: What About Smoking? ; Segment 4: TI Speaker Demonstration Tape; Segment 5: Educators' Tobacco Institute Decision Making ; Segment 6: Short Clips of Various TI Speakers ; Segment 7: Tobacco Speaks Out; Segment 8: Educators' Tobacco Institute Decision Making [Parts 1-2]
First segment is a Face the Nation show about the regulation of smoking. Second segment is "What About Smoking?" a film produced by the tobacco industry about the historical, social, psychological, and medical aspect of smoking. Scientists and people in on-the-street interviews offer their opinions about what causes people to smoke and the health effects of smoking. None of the other segments mentioned in the title are on the tape...
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; airport; regulation; workplace; smoking section; restaurant; anti-smoking advocacy; airplane; Congress; legislation; tobacco related health concerns; public health research; youth; advertising; event sponsorship; smoker behavior; warning label; mass media; international trade; military; societal attitude; male; female; Surgeon General; respiratory disease; nicotine; tar; emphysema; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; biologically active substance; smoking cessation
Downloads: 287
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